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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Index structures like the suffix tree or the suffix array are of utmost importance in stringology, most notably in exact string matching. In the last decade, research on compressed index structures has flourished because the main problem in many applications is the space consumption of the index. It is possible to simulate the matching of a pattern against a suffix tree on an enhanced suffix array by using range minimum queries or the so-called child table. In this paper, we show that thedoi:10.1007/978-3-642-03784-9_6 fatcat:d2hby3ziqbeshg2gix3nqgdjd4